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Old 01-04-2020, 11:34 AM   #1
Johnny Guittar
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@ michaelk, if you don't mind


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Originally Posted by michaelk
Your first post in this thread was to criticize a comment based on another comment for an off topic inappropriate post. Somehow I do not find you so innocent.

My firs post was a lesson for those, who don't understand the menaning of term "ridiculous". I know by experience that those are the majority here and there, so few words of facts about some specific term couldn't hurt anyone with free mind.
And I was strictly on topic, in that case this was the word "ridiculous".
About not finding my innocence":
I can perceive, because Force is strong with me as would say those farce-SW-lover, that you understand the term criticize with some negative connotations, where in fact, the term itself means (from greek kritikos ... till this days) beeing able to understand the difference/to judge ...
Yes, as you can see, and as I already said before, I have given a free lesson on an inappropriate use of term "ridiculous".
I am guilty to knowing real meaning and usage of specific terms.

Then I made my wishes, for that I signed in, and then I would live the forum. But then the kinda-hurt-in-the-but-iliteratekiddo666 start his social-warrior campaign, and here we are: kiddo666 and all others selfcalled feeble-minded buffoons at mother's basement are saints, and I am kind of troll on some substance ..., because I'm defending my name from miserable ad hominem attacks.

Keep learning, keep searching, take your time, and you will find my »not guiltiness of trolling and other accusations«, or "innocence", as you put it, whilst I've never used this term, so the term innocent in context is mixed straw-man and ignoratio elenchi. There are no shortcuts to knowledge.

As I've done my short response to your post on my behalf, I think you can close this thread, so we can move on in peace, and I would not need to respond to new ad hominem attacks from those kids and immature adults.
 
Old 01-04-2020, 12:00 PM   #2
hitest
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Johnny,

I suggest that you let this go. Hanging on to resentments is not healthy. It isn't a good idea to publicly question the actions of a moderator.
Just my 2 cents worth. Have a great day. I'm glad you're here at LQ.
 
Old 01-04-2020, 12:00 PM   #3
Alien Bob
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Please refrain from posting off-topic remarks in future. In this forum, "on-topic" means that your remark concerns the Original Post (the OP). The Original Poster asks a question and would like to get answers.
Derailing a thread by commenting on someone else's unrelated remarks is considered as bad etiquette here on LQ.org . If you are not good with that, then please find another community forum to post. For instance, you are welcome to the ##slackware channel on Freenode IRC.

Also, I disagree wholeheartedly with your assumption that you are knowledgeable in "the meaning and usage of words and terms". Clearly you have some learning to do on the topic of "context and semantics".
Please also realize that I am not starting a discussion with you here. This will be my first and final post to address you. Write what you want - you have already and clearly shown what you are made of. I did not like what I saw.
 
Old 01-05-2020, 12:36 PM   #4
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Johnny Guittar, please refrain from this type of behavior if you'd like to continue participating at LQ moving forward.

--jeremy
 
  


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